Welcome back to our regularly scheduled programming.
After a mammoth E3 last week, the Character Unlock guys are back to doing what they do: playing video games and talking an unlimited amount of nonsense. This week is no different.
Continue reading Character Unlock: Life on the Horizon is Strange
Despite reports of different creative visions for this episode of the Failed Critics Podcast, hosts Steve Norman and Owen Hughes haven’t left the project, but have brought on board Underground Nights co-host Paul Field to delve into some film news and reviews.
Continue reading Failed Critics Podcast: Eat Local, Solong Han, and Steve’s Jobs
The end is here!
Join our hosts as they take apart the last of this year’s E3 press conferences. This episode, we focus on Nintendo who, as has become tradition, have foregone the big stage for a pre-recorded show.
Continue reading Character Unlock: E3 2017 Part Six – Nintendo
This isn’t a tomb, it’s an audio prison. It takes a couple of monsters in hosts Steve Norman and Owen Hughes to create a podcast episode (and nobody else) reviewing Universal’s first foray into their new Dark Universe, The Mummy. It’s just the two of them and they can make it if they try.
Continue reading Failed Critics Podcast: The Mummy
There is a light at the end of this tunnel. As the guys sit an go through the second to last showcase of 2017’s E3; the light can barely be seen as the tired, squinting eyes of our hosts are barely open.
Continue reading Character Unlock: E3 2017 Part Five – Sony
As day three of E3 starts up and the guys have managed to get a few hours kip… it’s time for the Ubisoft conference.
As tiredness and hay fever appear to be getting the better of the boys, join them in going through the developer’s advert-fest for 2017.
Continue reading Character Unlock: E3 2017 Part Four – Ubisoft
Seriously. This can’t be healthy.
With only two hours sleep, we are back covering this year’s E3 press conferences. This time, it’s fan favourite – but not John favourite – publisher Bethesda.
Continue reading Character Unlock: E3 2017 Part Three – Bethesda
The E3 Hype train continues today as Microsoft’s Xbox Showcase rolls into town.
Join the lads as they pull apart what could be the most important conference of the week as Microsoft formally announce the name of what we’ve all come to know as Project Scorpio.
Continue reading Character Unlock: E3 2017 Part Two – Xbox
Paul Field and James Mullinger are back with another episode of their cult film podcast for a special Brit-flick edition, focussing particularly on their favourite (and least favourite) British gangster and crime movies, from football hooligans to Essex boys and all that’s in between (as long as it wears a sovereign ring and is a bit nawty oi oi).
Continue reading Field & Mullinger’s Underground Nights: Uncle Don’s Mop
E3 is finally here. That means late nights, early mornings and far more caffeine than is healthy.
Let us begin this year’s festivities with EA Play. The first show of the conference gets underway with a flurry of old favourites and ends with a very anticipated title.
Continue reading Character Unlock: E3 2017 Part One – EA Play
It’s almost here! E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the start of the next 12 months of marketing is finally upon us for 2017.
Hosts John Miller and Andrew Brooker will be spending a couple of hours talking all things E3, just like every other video game podcast, website, foghorn, whatever, right now. They cover everything in this preview episode, including what they would like to see at each show, the rituals they might or might not do every year for E3 and even throwing a few far out ideas that could (but absolutely won’t ever) happen.
Continue reading Character Unlock: Pre-E3 2017
We’ve got what you want, what you need AND what you deserve on this week’s Failed Critics triple bill special episode with not one, not two, but a whole bunch of Wonder Women – and we’re not just referring to Maaya Brooker!
Continue reading Failed Critics Podcast: Wonder Women Triple Bill
In an ugly, grey and corrupted world, Wonder Woman impresses Owen Hughes to be one of the best comic book movies we’re likely to get this year. Read his full review below.
Continue reading Wonder Woman